Ok, you guys wanted it, and here it is.
At the beginning of 2016, I started a podcast. Keep in mind that my followers on Twitter were LOSER sex tourists and my online persona, up to that point, was not very good. I constantly focused on the negative and the victimization of being a “black” teacher in Thailand.
Then came the man — also known as Napoleon Hill. Who’s Napoleon Hill? Well, you’ll have to google him, but this man ended up teaching me everything that I either had lost, or was completely unaware of. Those books became my podcasts in the beginning and that ended up pushing away the majority of those “losers” who followed me online.
Then came the Jack Canfield book, most notably — Principle #5: Believe In Yourself. While reading this just before my trip to Vietnam, I was reduced to tears. At that moment, there was a shift in my entire biochemistry, indicating that this victimhood no longer serves you. Getting rid of it didn’t happen overnight, but this was the beginning.
Lisa Nichols’ Abundance now came next, along with a few others, including Tim Ferriss’ 4-Hour Work Week and a couple of others. This was the beginning of the new me.
In 2017, I began to rebel. Hell, it started a couple months before. My work, which wasn’t suitable for me anymore, wasn’t fair in terms of work allocation. Some teachers got more work based on pre-conceived notions that they were better than other teachers. So, I told myself, even in early 2016, that I would start working outside to gain more notoriety and build a brand that I didn’t know I was building at the time. One after another, projects after projects, and “NO! I DON’T WANT YOUR CLASS IN THE MORNING!” — after another. This probably was my downfall at the company because I constantly denied work from them, leading to my ultimate plunge and being the “last in line” and the “dark little brother,” however, this was the beginning of my new life.
In October of 2017, I got removed from teaching at Toshiba in Pathumthani, citing me for the most outrageous comments imaginable that were completely untrue and irrelevant to my moving. Somebody had a bone to pick, and with two other white teachers, one having an insane amount of complaints, I was the odd one out (in a very unprofessional way). That following weekend, it was the comment “if you want to continue working here we need to have a meeting” that sent shivers of disgust, threats, and “Arsenio, it’s time to get the hell out of here” down my back. That moment, I made up in my mind that I was too good for these folks.
No one knew, but after learning that I had moved to the other side of town, they knew what was happening. I cancelled, didn’t want class, and want to be away from that place as much as possible because it gave me chest pains — literally.
At the same time, I was grinding and trying to find work. There were people saying “oh, this company decided this teacher over you because you’re white” and other deplorable comments. I knew I would scrape the bottom-of-the-barrel in regards to finding suitable language centers, but i kept at it.
Then March came. Job offers came over the next two months along with entrepreneurs, a content writer, and hundreds of other things.
At the beginning of the year, I made goals list. I made goals list for each category of my wheel of life, pin-pointing things that I wanted to do and how I wanted to grow. To this date, I’ve not only achieved those marks, but I think in some categories, like the social circle and personal development, I’m two years ahead.
I have a content writer, social circle consisting of graphic designers, mentors, marketing execs and coaches, double podcasts website that’s sky-rocketing, YouTube that’s climbing, messages and comments saying thank you.
In all of that, do you think this could’ve happened if I didn’t leave that old place of work? No way. I needed to leave there to create flow of goodness and change in my life.
See, the majority of the time, you guys get stuffed up in the now and personal wants. You’re control by the mainstream media, dying relationships, loser friends, terrible jobs. However, if you can just come to the awareness that if you let these things go, you will attract to you everything in life that you need to take you to the next level.
That’s a promise.
Upon the magnificent New Years, I’m literally positioning myself as the top ESL podcaster on the planet. I’m owning hashtags on Instagram. I’m teaching people all over the world and people want my services. See how that works? And this all came because I dumped an employer in F.E.A.R of not getting a new job.